Batman Begins

Batman Begins quotes

117 total quotes (ID: 60)

Bruce Wayne/Batman
Carmine Falcone
Dr. Jonathan Crane/The Scarecrow
Henri Ducard/Ra's Al Ghul
James Gordon
Rachel Dawes
Various


"Justice is about harmony. Revenge is about you making yourself feel better. Which is why we have an impartial system."


"Men fear most what they cannot see."

"No one can save Gotham. When a forest grows too wild, a purging fire is inevitable and natural. Tomorrow the world will watch in horror as its greatest city tears itself apart, through fear. The movement back to harmony will be unstoppable this time."

"Only a cynical man would call what these people have "lives," Wayne. Crime. Despair. This is not how man was supposed to live. The League of Shadows has been a check against human corruption for thousands of years. We sacked Rome; loaded trade ships with plague rats; burned London to the ground. Every time a civilization reaches the pinnacle of its decadence, we return to restore the balance."

"Patients suffering delusional episodes often focus their paranoia on an external tormentor. Usually one conforming to Jungian archetypes. In this case, a scarecrow"

"The training is nothing! The will is everything! The will to act."

"The work offered by organized crime must have some sort of attraction to the insane."

"The world is too small for a man like Bruce Wayne to simply disappear. No matter how deep he chooses to sink."

"There are those without decency who must be fought without hesitation, without pity."

"There is nothing to fear but fear itself."

"This is where we make the medicine. Perhaps you should have some...clear your head."

"To conquer fear, you must become fear."

"To manipulate the fear in others you must first master your own."

"We are back to finish the job. And this time no misguided idealists will get in the way. Like your father, you lack the courage to do all that is necessary. If someone stands in the way of true justice, you simply walk up behind them and stab them in the heart."

"Well, well. You took my advice about theatricality a bit... literally."